KOBB will meet Wednesday at the usual time and place for some camaraderie, sharing of wisdom and tasting of the ale.
Hope to see you there.
Tasting of recent award winning beers
Play a round of “One of these beers is not like the other”
Homebrew Tasting – Bring your best, or worst, for feedback and praise
Registration is open for the 2016 Celtic.
Format similar to last year.
English Pale Ale
Scottish and Irish Ale
English Brown Ale
$20 cost for admission to the Texas Scottish Festival event and administrative expenses (not an entry fee per TABC)
Entries to be packaged in 3-5 gallon Cornelius kegs
All the details including entry form are at http://www.kobb.org/celtic-brew-off/
Wednesday, April 13, 7pm
Where – Dr Jeckyl’s
Second Annual Beer Style Identification Competition – A selection of beers that scored over 40 points in the Bluebonnet will be blindly tasted and awards given to the most accurate tasters.
Brewing equipment give-away/raffle – Bring gear that you no longer use and want to find a new home for. May be a raffle, may be a give-away.
Hope to see everyone Wednesday at the monthly meeting.
We will learn about and taste tropical stouts, the newest stout category.
We will have a trivia contest, the winner of which will receive a $10 gift certificate to Jeckyl’s and eternal glory.
2420 West Park Row, Pantego, TX 76013
Bring your friends and your homebrew, or at least your homebrew.
The Bluebonnet Brew-off is quickly approaching. The commercial and homebrew tastings are on Friday night, Mar 11th. Over a hundred unique beers, ciders and meads available. You do not have to enter the Bluebonnet to attend. It will be held again at the new Irving Convention Center. Hotel accommodations with a rate of $109 and free shuttle. All information and registration at http://bluebonnetbrewoff.org/
All are welcome to the KOBB New Year’s Day Brew In. We will have several different brew rigs and at least one Grainfather brewing away. If you would like to join in on a brew, please contact me. This is a great chance to learn how to brew, get a little practice or learn some new tricks.
When Jan 1.2016, anytime after 9 am.
What to bring – snacks, desserts and appetizers are always welcome but will have venison and boar provided.
You can bring your own rig or pot if you would like to particpate. The club will buy the 2 row.
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Come enjoy delicious brew, fantastic food and fairly average company. The beer will start flowing at 5, dinner will be consumed about 7, raffle and Vietnamese Gift Exchange will start maybe around 9.
Please bring a side or dessert. Meat will be provided in abundance.
Please bring your checkbook or cash to pay your dues for 2016, and get a free ticket for the raffle. You do not want to miss the raffle.
$20 gift for the Swedish Gift Exchange.
Check the yahoo group or email me for the address.
It appears that everyone is enjoying our new meetings so we will plan to do the same Wednesday, 11/11.
Location – Jeckyl’s
Time – 7pm
Demonstration and discussion of malt conditioning – a quick and easy way to increase mash, and therefore brewhouse, efficiency.
Tasting of the brews
Meeting Wednesday a 7 at Jeckyl’s. See you there.